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Dunfermline Beer Festival charity total tops £200,000

20 Aug 2014 16:30 • Gary Fitzpatrick

DUNFERMLINE Beer Festival was launched 10 years ago and in that time has raised a remarkable £201,550 for charities and local good causes.

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Yellow lines to curb selfish drivers in Rosyth

20 Aug 2014 16:20 • Siew Peng Lee

SELFISH drivers are parking indiscriminately in Parkgate in Rosyth – despite spaces being available in a nearby street and community centre.

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New Sainsbury's for Rosyth moves a step closer

20 Aug 2014 13:30 • Nicola Scrimgeour

THE development of the new Sainsbury’s store set to hit Rosyth has taken a significant step forward after its off-sales licence was granted by the Fife licensing board on Monday.

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Vandals catapult marbles at properties in Dunfermline and Cowdenbeath

20 Aug 2014 12:30

ROGUE vandals have been catapulting marbles at properties and smashing windows in Dunfermline.

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20% off your food bill at Frankie & Benny's in tomorrow's 80-page Press!

20 Aug 2014 09:30

DON'T miss tomorrow's 80-page Press. We launch a fresh campaign joining forces with the police to give you the chance to shop the criminals who bring our beautiful area down. There's Singing Kettle tickets and goodies up for grabs PLUS get 20 per cent off your next bill at Frankie & Benny's in Dunfermline.

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The Week in Pictures (14 August)

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Louise wows crowds at Edinburgh Festival with hit show

A DUNFERMLINE dance teacher wowed the crowds at this year’s Edinburgh Festival by producing a spectacular show to mark a landmark year for the capital’s Playhouse Theatre.

Cruise ship boost for Dunfermline

Brave sailor saves ship from danger in Rosyth

Face losing drinks licence? Start again from scratch!

Rennie concerns over Games impact on West Fife

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Inverkeithing goes to the races!

HUNDREDS of residents turned out to enjoy sunshine and entertainment at Inverkeithing’s Lammas and Hat and Ribbon races last Friday.

Truck-of-war is all in the mine!

Get your running shoes on for the Lammas Races!

Fun and Games in Inverkeithing!

Fire in Inverkeithing home

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Dunfermline Water Polo kids are international class!

20 Aug 2014 14:30 • Ross Hart

DUNFERMLINE Water Polo Club have been making a splash on the international scene after five of their players were selected to represent their country.

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Fife Flyers set to launch jersey for new season

20 Aug 2014 11:30

FIFE Flyers' official Jersey Launch for 2014/15 will take place on Thursday 28th August at Fife Ice Arena.

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Dunfermline Athletic crash out of Petrofac Training Cup with Falkirk defeat

19 Aug 2014 21:40 • Ross Hart

THE Pars were knocked out of the Petrofac Training Cup after losing to 10-man Falkirk at East End Park tonight (Tuesday).

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Charlestown cyclist Joe Nally wins Scottish Youth Road Race Championship

19 Aug 2014 15:00 • Ross Hart

CHARLESTOWN rider Joe Nally beat the wet weather last Sunday to win his fourth successive Scottish Youth Road Race Championship in Stirling.

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Ross 'Teddy' Craig: Why Celtic's Euro reprieve could prove costly

AFTER the disappointment of Aberdeen, St Johnstone and Celtic’s European results (with Motherwell having already gone out), it’s understandable that we should grasp at any chance to have a Scottish club doing something to boost the coefficient. Celtic taking advantage of their reprieve due to Legia Warsaw’s administrative error at Murrayfield feels like an own goal on two counts though.

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Ross 'Teddy' Craig: Summer football could end our winters of discontent

15 Aug 2014 08:30

I'VE been keeping an eye out for the European results of sides from two countries this summer; Scotland (of course) and also my wife’s native Slovakia. As well as the family ties, the Central European nation makes for a pretty decent comparison with Scotland. A country of around 5.5million people, having a love/hate relationship with alcohol and suffering a tendency for visitors to get mixed up and refer to locals by the name of their larger neighbour. It’s pretty much like-for-like until we get to the small matter of Slovakia’s summers hitting 30c and lasting around four months!

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Shouting the odds with 'Tipster': Dunfermline Athletic are League 1 title favourites with the bookmakers

14 Aug 2014 08:30

THE bookmakers still react favourably to Dunfermline despite their unconvincing start to the new campaign; the Pars are odds-on at a best price 10/11 with several firms to win the League 1 title.

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On the Money: Should I transfer my pension?

27 Jul 2014 08:30

THIS is a very complex subject and there is, of course, no easy answer as every case has to be judged on its own merits. This week I thought I’d cover occupational schemes and how to go about finding out information about them.

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ForeignFox launch new video

12 Aug 2014 18:12 • Gary Fitzpatrick

After appearing at the Wickerman and Belladrum festivals, ForeignFox released their new video today and will be playing in PJs on Friday.

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The Merrylees posse riding high

8 Aug 2014 16:30 • Gary Fitzpatrick

The Merrylees ride back into town this weekend with their searing brand of Spaghetti Western psychedelia. Guitarist Simon Allan talks to Gary Fitzpatrick about a successful year and their recent tour supporting Paul Weller.

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OSKAR winners make their mark

7 Aug 2014 13:45 • Gary Fitzpatrick

The victors in the inaugural Make Your Mark contest OSKAR look to make the most of their success.

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